Schools should develop systems and partnerships to ensure access to current research evidence. They should also support school-based research activity and allocate appropriate time for this form of collaborative professional learning and development. All stakeholders - teachers, learners, leaders - should develop a 'growth mindset', which sees hard work and persistence as contributing to success.
System leaders and policy-makers should develop ways to gather and share information on 'what works' between schools/learning communities to ensure that evidence is a starting point in formulating policy development, implementation and evaluation.
Project findings and recommendations from the Raising the Achievement of All Learners in Inclusive Education project can be found in a series of outputs.